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    Biggest Charger the Riva ECU can handle fueling???

    Whats is the biggest charger that the Riva ECU and 50's can handle fueling or if u run 60's????


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    May be a 2rude with 60's and a hot day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnyRXT View Post
    Whats is the biggest charger that the Riva ECU and 50's can handle fueling or if u run 60's????
    Thats a loaded question!!!

    Gets hot with a R1 and no RRFPR.

    Can get away with an X charger.

    Some bigger chargers are OK with 60lbs injectors and a RRFPR. Without it A/F will be rich before boost and lean when on it.

    Twin regs and or a BEGI allows pretty much anything. Rude fuel controller allows a lot more as well.

    Hope that helps.

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    Well I am asking cause I have been told that the Mini Rude and the Riva ECU and 50's will be fine. But I was looking at doing a 2 rude with this setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnyRXT View Post
    Well I am asking cause I have been told that the Mini Rude and the Riva ECU and 50's will be fine. But I was looking at doing a 2 rude with this setup.
    That is just simply not what the Riva ECu was curved for. Your going to need a RRFPR to be safe on top and not be rich down low.

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    So if I stay with the mini rude it is fine, but the 2 Rude is to much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnyRXT View Post
    So if I stay with the mini rude it is fine, but the 2 Rude is to much?
    Your running a minirude and Riva ECU with 50lbs injectors??? Whats the A/F at this point???

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    Dont know never ran this setup yet, it was mini rude and 48's with rrfpr before. Jerry told me to run my rrfpr at 60psi and i would be fine, with no boost reference with the Riva setup

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnyRXT View Post
    Dont know never ran this setup yet, it was mini rude and 48's with rrfpr before. Jerry told me to run my rrfpr at 60psi and i would be fine, with no boost reference with the Riva setup
    Jerry is most likely right. Haven't run this combo myself.

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    BIG +1...!!!

    [QUOTE=Duke;1324501]Thats a loaded question!!!

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